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Rear Air conditioning

The rear air conditioning will not work, Air does not vent at any setting. I looked through the manual to see if the proper settings were made at the dash control. I have also checked the fuse (30 amp) dedicated to the rear air in the block under the hood. I installed a new fuse. Still doesn't work.

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  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

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  • scubasteve71 Aug 24, 2008

    i followed the womans directions and the power supply came up with 1.....ohm and indicated. I vacuumed the filter off and I can feel a little air being drawn in but that is it. I felt nothing on the back two vents.I followed all steps and still don't have a next step. does anyone happen to have a next step or a clue as to why it would draw in a little air and notmake it to the rear vents at all. I feel it is the blower moter but dont know what to do next.

  • sharonj46 May 04, 2009

    rear airconditioner will not come on at all. Had airconditioner checked toaday and they said there was nothing wrong with it and that the problem wasx electrical. Any suggestions?

  • clydefowler May 19, 2009

    The rear A/C on my 2003 Honda Pilot doesn't work. I have checked the fuses, like others have done, and nothing changes. How can I fix this problem without having it cost me a fortune?

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I have the same problem, but here are some solutions. Do it yourself and save money. It is sooo easy and I am a chic!
The TSB can be found here: http://www.hondapilot.org/forums/attachment.php?s=&postid=210593

http://myweb.cableone.net/dado/03Pilot.doc

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